There are at least two different ways that you could do this. The 'simple' way would be to use the MAX function to extract the maximum sales from each of your worksheets and then the VLOOKUP function to extract the name of the employee with the same number of sales. If there are two employees "tied" for the top sales, this will extract the first employee.
For a full explanation of the MAX function, see the video lesson: Expert Skills Lesson 3-2: Use common functions with Formula AutoComplete.
For detailed instructions on using the VLOOKUP function, see the video lesson: Expert Skills Lesson 3-22: Use a VLOOKUP function for an exact lookup.
I have attached an example workbook showing this approach:
An alternative approach would be to store all of your data in a single worksheet and then use pivot tables to analyze and display it.
For a complete run-down of pivot tables, see the video lessons in: Expert Skills Session Five: Pivot Tables.
Pivot tables are more complex, but they offer more flexibility in analyzing data. I have attached another example workbook extracting the totals using pivot tables:
I hope this information is useful to you. Please feel free to reply if you have any more questions about implementing this.
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